A week after producing his personal best (16.64 m) at Almaty, Mohammed Salahuddin came up with another big one on Sunday to win the men’s triple jump gold at the Tatyana Kolapokava memorial international athletics meet here.

The twenty five years old’s 16.53m in the second brought him an easy gold. The silver went to a Kazakh athlete who measured 15.06 m.

Inderjeet Singh, the 2015 Asian champion who had run into doping trouble a year after that, took the shot put gold with 18.67m. He has been in that range for a major part of this year though he has a personal best of 20.65 which came in 2015. Tunlay Narzary won the women’s shot put with 13.8 3 m.

Gajanand Mistry (200m, 21.50s) and Mohammed Afsal (800m, 1:51s) also won golds while Beant Singh, who has shown a lot of promise s couple of years ago, took a bronze in the two-lapper.

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